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Casting Crowns Concert at WLC

March 31, 2022

Band practice

"The Healer Tour" to visit Wisconsin Lutheran College

Milwaukee, WI - Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum group Casting Crowns has announced plans for a 24-city “Healer Tour” in spring 2022. Presented by Compassion International, the tour gets underway in February, following the January 14 release of the band's brand new album, Healer. The Healer Tour will feature special guests We Are Messengers and Jonathan Traylor, and will make a stop at Wisconsin Lutheran College on Friday, April 1, 2022. The concert will take place in the college's Recreation Complex - Time of Grace Center at 7:00 p.m.

*UPDATE: The concert is sold-out as of March 31, 2022.*

Tickets for WLC's Healer Tour concert are on sale now through iTickets. Ticket buyers may also purchase an add-on ticket called “Casting Crowns Pre-Show Experience,” which will include a pre-show Q&A with the band, a souvenir laminate, an autographed photo, and an exclusive merch piece. These limited add-on tickets will be available through iTickets while supplies last.

The Healer Tour concert at Wisconsin Lutheran College is presented by Neumann Companies.


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ABOUT CASTING CROWNS
Prolific, chart-topping CCM group Casting Crowns has achieved sales milestones with more than 12 million albums sold. Additionally, they have received numerous RIAA certifications: one RIAA 2x multi-Platinum album, five RIAA Platinum albums, two RIAA Platinum DVDs, seven RIAA Gold albums, four Gold DVDs, five RIAA Platinum singles, and 12 RIAA Gold digital singles. The band has also been honored with four American Music Awards, a Grammy Award for their 2005 album Lifesong, and eight additional Grammy Award nominations. In addition, the group has garnered 18 GMA Dove Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, and 13 total Billboard Music Award nominations. 

The group's 2018 release, Only Jesus, was met with astonishing success and response. Generating RIAA Gold Certifications for the No. 1 songs "Only Jesus" and "Nobody," the album also produced two No. 1 radio singles (including the group's 15th career No. 1 radio single) a Grammy nomination, a 2019 Dove Award, two 2020 Dove Award nominations, and two Billboard Music Awards nominations for "Top Christian Album" and "Top Christian Song" ("Nobody" ft. Matthew West). The impact of this album almost three years later includes more than 290 million streams life to date.

Casting Crowns' seven band members all remain active in student ministry and tour according to their local church commitments. 


ABOUT WE ARE MESSENGERS
We Are Messengers has 206 million on-demand streams, 360 million global streams, and boasts six Top 5 and ten Top 10 Christian Airplay hits with “Image of God,” “Power,” “Maybe It's Ok,” “Magnify,” “Point To You,” “Love,” “Everything Comes Alive,” “God With Us,” “This Is Jesus” and “From Heaven To Earth (Joy To The World).” The band's last album, Power, featured the award-winning self-acceptance anthem, “Maybe It's Ok,” which was hailed as “air to a drowning man” by Rawckus Magazine, and “potent, effective and liberating” by Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global. We Are Messengers' brand new album, Wholehearted, released Oct. 15, 2021, featuring the band's brand new No. 1 radio single, “Come What May.” The band has played for a live audience of over 2 million people across 40 states and 5 countries, including selling out shows in the Netherlands, England, and lead vocalist Darren Mulligan's native Ireland. The Dove-nominated and K-LOVE Award winning group joined TobyMac's Hits Deep Tour in early 2021, and hits the road on Casting Crowns' Healer Tour in the spring of 2022. 


ABOUT JONATHAN TRAYLOR
Jonathan Traylor signals the coming of a new generation of faith music-an authentic melting pot of Worship, Christian and Gospel influences, marked by captivating songs and anchored by a heartfelt passion for ministry. The Dallas-raised performer is a world-class singer/songwriter, producer, musician, and dancer who grew up listening to pioneering gospel influences Kirk Franklin and Tye Tribbett, and was inspired by their ability to use contemporary sounds and high-energy stage performances to infuse the culture with the message of the Gospel. His debut project on Motown Gospel/Capitol CMG, The Unknown, released in 2020.